Valentine’s Day Wedding Ideas

It’s hard not to get swept up in the romance of a Valentine’s Day wedding. And why would you even try? The lovers’ holiday is the perfect occasion to embrace your romantic side with a feminine lace dress and a crimson lip. Your guests can enjoy romantic cocktails and sweet treats. And when it comes to decor, think red roses and heart-shaped signage. Planning to get hitched in mid-February? Here, some Valentine’s Day wedding ideas that are sure to send your heart a flutter.

Talk to our Smoky Mountain Wedding planners today about any ideas shared here 

Set the mood (and color scheme) for your big day with bold red, soft pink and rose-embossed invites.

A multi-colored rose wall, like this one by Avant Gardens, adds a pretty pop of color to any party. And talk about a photo opp!

Courtesy of Magnolia Bakery

Why have one cake when you can have two? We can’t help but fall in love with this dreamy duo of confections—iced to perfection with the words “BE MINE” and “LOVE YOU”.

Courtesy of Rachel Solomon Photography

Trade in traditional programs for a whimsical watercolor ombré design.

Give your big day a dose of drama with bold red bridesmaid dresses. Get the groomsmen in on the action with matching ties.

Courtesy of Anna Delores Photography

Opt for a Valentine’s Day-inspired bouquet, like this one of peonies, garden roses, anemones and green mist Queen Anne’s lace, created by The Flower Story Co.

Courtesy of Evelyn Alas Photography

Up the amour on your dessert table with a pink color scheme, sweet signage, roses, rock candy and cake pops.

Courtesy of Stephanie Rose Photography

What’s more romantic than red roses? When the petals are used to create heart-shaped signage. For crafty couples, this would be a great DIY project.

Courtesy of Jenna Rae Cakes

Instead of late night pizza or taco trucks (yes that’s a thing), consider late night cupcakes!

Courtesy of Garnish with Lemon

Treat your guests to a cocktail hour full of love and libations. Your friends and family won’t be able to resist True Love’s Kiss or a Blushing Beauty.

Courtesy of Love Me Do Photography

Swap classic wedding shoes for pink peep toes, embellished with hearts.

Courtesy of Milton Photography

Romance your guests with the decadent duo of strawberries and champagne. For a flirty touch, slice berries into hearts.

Courtesy of Love Me Do Photography

Skip plain white and give your guests a laugh with these whimsical dessert plates.

An intimate seating area is the perfect place for guests to enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. A mix of vintage velvet couches, upholstered chairs and gold accents makes for a regal and romantic vibe.

Courtesy of Love Me Do Photography

Looking for a sweet alternative to escort cards? Opt for a pink seating chart.

courtesy of Steve Steinhardt Photographer

Spray roses, candles, blush-hued glass and ‘xo’ macarons create a sweet tablescape.

Courtesy of Sweet & Saucy Shop

Boxes of bonbons ensure everyone goes home with a tasty takeaway to remember the extraordinary evening.

Courtesy of Anna Delores Photography


Make your walk down the aisle one to remember with a runway of ombré rose petals.

 Courtesy of Evelyn Alas Photography

Gold sugar adds a festive flourish to these heart-shaped sugar cookies—an adorable addition to your dessert bar.

Talk to our Smoky Mountain Wedding planners today about any ideas shared here